Only a few votes so far but the direction is fairly clear:

Now 91% No, 9% Yes.

This centre ground is something that unfortunately, those who get their reality from the MSM have got all skewed and it seems to me that these lowlifes pushing their lie are getting away with it.

The true centre ground are those supporting country, family, work, growth, low taxes, the rule of law and so on.  What percentage we are now I simply can’t find anywhere.  The last time there was a count, we were 52%.

8 comments for “TIG

  1. Andy4749
    February 23, 2019 at 8:23 pm

    There is an interesting headline at the online Daily Express which states that the IG admits to wanting to run the country. Does that mean that they are pro Brexit? Or maybe that they think that the EUSSR will permit them anywhere near the centre of power?

  2. Mudplugger
    February 23, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    Of course they want to run the country, that’s the only reason they go into national politics. When serial failures like Chuka, Chris Leslie and Anna Soubry realise they’ll never achieve power in their existing parties, they try any another channel (maybe one under the ghostly patronage of that nice Mr Blair . . . . .).

    Of course the EUSSR will never let them anywhere near real power, but that’s no different from any other UK politicians as long as we’re in that corrupt club.

  3. Bill
    February 23, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    There was me thinking you had discovered the wonders of Tungsten Intert Gas welding.

  4. Pcar
    February 23, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    TIGs – mostly women imo says a lot about their weakness, lack of comitment, loyalty…

    • James Strong
      February 24, 2019 at 8:38 am

      It doesn’t say anything about wekness, lack of comitment, loyalty at all.
      On the contrary, it’s easy to argue that it shows strength, comitment and loyalty to their cause, which is staying in the EU.
      It’s easy to argue that it is a sign of strength to go against the power of the party machine.

      What the actions of the TIG do show is dishonesty and deceit.

      It’s perfectly OK to campaign to stop Brexit if that’s what you said you would do when standing for election. So, for Sir Vince Cable still to be banging on about it is OK because he won his parliamentary seat on that basis. But I would also refer you to the Libdems performance at the General Election. They did very poorly indeed.

      What is absolutely despicable is to promise one course of action at an election and then follow an opposite course after winning the election.
      That is unforgivable.

      The TIG sgould, in all honour, fight by-elections in which they explain their change of position and offer themselves to the voters for approval or rejection. Were they to do that, and win, their position would be stengthened. They won’t do that because they are sure they would lose.

      Byt until they do that they are worthy only of scorn because of their dishonesty, deceit and hypocrisy.

      • Pcar
        February 24, 2019 at 10:19 pm

        I was alluding to how it’s usually women who undermine or walk away from marriage and harbour a grudge; whereas men tend to try and make it work

  5. Pcar
    February 23, 2019 at 10:07 pm

    TIGs – mostly women imo says a lot about their weakness, lack of commitment, loyalty…

  6. February 23, 2019 at 10:29 pm


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